Al 'Resist We Much' Sharpton Calls Protests 'Occupation Wall Street' Four Times in One Show
It really is amazing this man has his own one hour, nationally televised show on a so-called news network.
On Monday's PoliticsNation, MSNBC's Al Sharpton, four times in the course of roughly twenty minutes, actually called the liberal movement that he and most of his media colleagues adore "Occupation Wall Street" (video follows with commentary):
In the opening segment, despite the protests actually being the subject at hand, Sharpton called the movement "Occupation Wall Street" three times in roughly three minutes.
Even more absurd, in a subsequent segment with a completely different guest fifteen minutes later - and after a commercial break where you would think someone on his staff would remind him of the real name of the protests! - he did it again.
Most hysterically, this came seconds after his guest correctly referred to the movement, and with a chyron on the screen clearly stating "Occupy Wall Street."
We are of course reminded of his pathetic performance in August when he was subbing for the supposedly vacationing Cenk Uygur mumbling incoherently the words that will likely be his legacy as long as he remains on the air.
Maybe it should become this movement's logo - "Occupation Wall Street: Resist We Much!"